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Ten Bells Tavern

Ten Bells Tavern

Ten Bells Tavern may be the perfect neighborhood pub. They pour solid pints of beer, serve great bar food and have an unassuming patio where you can drink to the setting sun.
It'll Do Club

It'll Do Club

Since it's opening in winter 2012, It'll Do has become East Dallas' go-to dance club. It's large interior and spacious dance floor are big enough to hold a candle to even the best and largest Dallas night clubs.
Lola's Saloon

Lola's Saloon

Since 2008, Lola's Saloon has been one of the top venues in North Texas, arguably the best in Fort Worth. Each week, local and national acts shuffle through the bar, which, perhaps thanks to the name, has a looser, more comfortable feel than others.

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  • Havana Social Club

    Havana Social Club

    3030 Olive St. Dallas, TX 75219-7690

  • Idle Rich Pub

    Idle Rich Pub

    2614 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-965-9926 This Uptown mainstay is one of the city’s great equalizers. Drinkers from all backgrounds frequent the Idle Rich, where a Bud Light is just as respectable an order as a fine scotch from the pub’s extensive food and drink menu. The bar’s interior, deep warm wood from floor to ceiling, is clean and well-designed. Though the room is wide open, the different levels on the floor and partitions between booths give a feeling of privacy at every seat. Over the bar hang flatscreen televisions, on which soccer games and highlights take precedent. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • J.R.

    J.R.'s Bar and Grill

    3923 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219
    214-528-1004 Located on Cedar Springs in the Oak Lawn area, this popular bar has been remodeled and expanded three times since its opening in 1980. J.R's boasts three full bars -- two downstairs and another upstairs on its usually bustling covered patio/balcony. The patio makes for a great place to watch the basic hustle and bustle of a Friday or Saturday night on Cedar Springs as folks visit other nearby clubs, bars and restaurants, but expect huge crowds upstairs during events like the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Pride Parade and Festival. There are happy hour specials every day of the week; check the bar's website for details. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • JR's Bar & Grill

    3923 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219

  • Kaliente

    4350 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75219

  • Katy Trail Ice House

    Katy Trail Ice House

    3127 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-468-0600 Dallas has plenty of ultra-lounges and dive bars in its watering-hole repertoire, but the city didn't have an ice house-inspired bar to speak of. The owners of the Barley House and Bryan Street Tavern filled that niche with a Texas-centric ice house complete with nearly 30 Texas beers on draft and several newly bottled Texas whiskeys. As the name suggests, the bar is located just off the Katy Trail, and since it's relying on outdoorsy types to stay in business, it has one of the biggest, most colorful patios in town. If you need something to soak up all the Texas suds, the bar has a full menu that includes dark-beer venison chili -- what else would you expect from a roadhouse menu? Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Kennedy Room

    Kennedy Room

    2512 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75201

    A mere 350 square feet is all the Kennedy Room -- a small Kennedy-themed bar in Uptown -- is working with. Cramped seating and few tables may seem initially off-putting for people looking to grab drinks on a busy weekend, but there's room on the spacious outdoor patio offered in front of the pink Montaigne Club building on Maple Avenue. If you're lucky enough to grab one of the 10 or so tables and sparse bar stools, you can admire the Kennedy Room's overhanging Kennedy and Jackie O. mural, the penny-lacquered bar and classic cocktails it serves. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • La Duni Latin Kitchen and Baking Studio

    La Duni Latin Kitchen and Baking Studio

    4264 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-520-6888 This Highland Park branch of Taco and Dunia Borga's popular Latin fusion eatery is more café -- albeit one writ large (the main dining room sits 90) -- than restaurant. The menu is still full of award-wining fare, beginning with coffee at first light and breakfast pastries made by pastry chef Dunia. Lunch and dinner include what the Borgas call "Latin, or Mestizo, flavored foods," including grillados (grilled sandwiches), and family-style platters, like pollo criollo and bife de cuadril. The Gaucho Steak, an Argentine-inspired rib-eye presentation and enough for three, is a big dinner draw. But what distinguishes this La Duni from the other two outposts are the signature baked treats, like guava and cheese Gloria and the banana mantecada enjoyable at Mojito bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Level Bar And Grill

    Level Bar And Grill

    3903 Lemmon Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-498-5815 Opened late-January 2010, Level Bar & Grill took over the two-story spot left vacant when Rush closed months before. The location's easy to spot by the warm glow of string lights hung on the two wrap-around patios. Open daily from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Level offers happy hour specials until 8 p.m., such as $3 wells or $7 "Blue Motherfuckers," which are potent, punch-like concoctions of various liquors, liqueurs and fruit juices. There are plenty of TVs, and a group of folks meet together Tuesdays to watch Glee from the bar. Level brings in different DJs every night of the week to keep folks dancing, with karaoke nights, live entertainment and talent shows planned to mix things up. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Library Bar

    The Library Bar

    3015 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-224-3144 The Library Bar sits on the ground floor of the historic Warwick Melrose Hotel in the Oak Lawn area, not far from downtown Dallas. Designated a Dallas Historic Landmark in 1983, the original apartment hotel was built in 1924. The Library Bar offers patrons a relaxing, dimly lit piano-bar environment in a laid-back library setting -- though at night, it's far too dark in The Library Bar to read any of the books lining the shelves. The bar specializes in wines and martinis and features a "wedding cake martini," which is a favorite among the regulars. It features live music every day of the week -- with the exception of Sundays -- so the library setting makes a great cozy place to unwind while sipping on a well-made drink. Some menu favorites include the five-spiced calamari salad with sweet Thai vinaigrette, the seared day-boat scallops with chorizo and preserve of lemon butter and the Global Cheese Plate & Charcuterie platter (local artisan cheeses, smoked Texas peppered salami and a menagerie of breads and crackers as well as mustard and fresh and dried fruit) Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Living Room Bar

    The Living Room Bar

    2440 Victory Park Lane Dallas, TX 75219
    214-397-4100 It's hard to expect anything but glitz from the W Hotel's hotel bar, The Living Room, which has 2009's version of the future as its theme. Its main source of light literally emanates from the bar, a large white counter shining brightly like a florescent light bulb. Strangely, it has a tractor-beam effect, compelling patrons to look at the shelves on the back wall. Nothing too special back there. A few good bourbons to accompany a moderate wine list. A jazz band typically sets up in the corner, playing mood music for hotel guests lounging in the bar's plush seats, scattered about the room. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Loon

    The Loon

    3531 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

    Open 365 days a year, this popular dive bar and grill just off McKinney Avenue in the West Village is a hit with all the neighboring apartments, condos and lofts, as well as anyone who's able to take the McKinney Avenue Trolley. And it's no wonder The Loon is so popular with folks in the neighborhood -- who don't have to drive -- because it has a very solid reputation for having bartenders with some of the longest pours in Dallas. "Stiffest of the stiff," one regular says. "Just a splash of Coke." Food specials are scratched on chalkboards scattered throughout the establishment, and the thin-crust pizza, plates of pasta and thick hamburgers are the most popular menu items. It's worth noting that this windowless bar is in a strip near a dentist's office and a Subway. Bring quarters to play pool or the jukebox, and forget what's going on outside -- you can't even tell if it's raining. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Luxx Nightclub

    723 N. Pearl St. Dallas, TX 75201

  • Main Street Event Center

    Main Street Event Center

    2208 Main St. Dallas, TX 75201

    Just west of Central Expressway on Main Street sits Main Event Center, one of the biggest nightclubs in the metroplex. Formerly Purgatory, and briefly Bacy’s, the club boasts seven different rooms built into the four-story complex. Standing in the long lines that pour out in the street, patrons can hear the bass from the speakers rattling the walls. Inside, scantily clad ladies dance while sharp-dressed men cooly watch the action off to the side. The bar serves little other than vodka and domestic beer, and in the VIP section, patrons pay for bottle service. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • McKinney Avenue Tavern

    McKinney Avenue Tavern

    2822 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204-2538
    214-969-1984 When you're looking for a serious sports bar, Big Al & Redneck Steve's McKinney Avenue Tavern has you and your team's number. It's the kind of place where you see several tables filled with folks in sweaty, grass-stained uniforms who just left a baseball diamond or a football field and are ordering pitchers before watching a game. And with flatscreens both inside and on the patio (including a huge 96-inch big screen), no matter where you're seated you'll be sure not to miss a second of the action. The bar always offers $3 PBRs and happy hour runs all night on Tuesdays. The front patio offers regulars a good view of McKinney Avenue for Uptown people-watching and provides a nice, quieter spot when a big game is on inside. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Medina Oven & Wine Bar

    Medina Oven & Wine Bar

    2304 Victory Park Lane Dallas, TX 75219-7646
    214-979-0003 This tiny 50-seat restaurant with an open kitchen embedded with an oven for gas-fired thin crust pizzas is perhaps the most stylish Moroccan restaurant ever to hit Dallas. Rich reds, burgundies, oranges and olive oil greens. Intricate metal work. Imported lanterns for sconces. Medina's brief menu includes a handful of tagines (Moroccan stews), phyllo (pastry) rolls filled with shrimp or spinach or goat cheese, and grilled brochettes with chicken or Andalusia scallops or tenderloin or chicken. That it's in Victory Park is as strange as it is wonderful. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Monica's Nueva Cocina

    4123 Cedar Springs Rd Dallas, TX 75219

  • Naan Sushi

    Naan Sushi

    2600 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75201
    214-772-6399 Seven years after the original location opened in Plano, the proprietors set up a second shop in Uptown's Gables Villa Rosa development. Owner Peter Kim's restaurant has an upscale menu offered by executive chef Tam Huyn. The portions on the special platters are large. These include the Super Tataki (eight pieces of ahi tuna and eight pieces of flounder, wrapped in radish sprouts and jalapeño with cilantro and ponzu sauce). But if you're going to order from that section, defer to the chef. Request the Chef's Choice Platter. The sushi served in this polished location includes not just stalwart selections but house favorites like the spicy deep-fried Texas Tornado and a pillar of seafood, the Ahi Tuna Tower. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Nickel and Rye

    2523 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201

  • The Nodding Donkey Uptown

    The Nodding Donkey Uptown

    2900 Thomas Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-922-8898 If you're in West Texas and you hear someone talking about a nodding donkey, it's probably just an oil-worker talking about oil well pumpjacks. Around Dallas, however, if you overhear some talk of The Nodding Donkey, the folks mean a certain neighborhood saloon located in Uptown across Thomas Avenue from Londoner. Opened fall 2010, the bar features several Texas-size TVs perfect for catching a game, and even has a 3-D screen with several pairs of glasses. The menu features mostly Southern-style food ranging from burgers and sandwiches to Frito pie and brisket chili with jalapeño cornbread, as well as "Texican" items like tacos, flautas and chimichangas. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Paciugo Gran Caffe

    3030 Olive St. Dallas, TX 75219-7690

  • Pekers


    2615 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75219-4021

  • Pira at the American Airlines Center

    Pira at the American Airlines Center

    2500 Victory Ave. Dallas, TX 75219

  • The Pooch Patio

    The Pooch Patio

    3811 Fairmount St. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-252-1550 One of the most unique little bars in Uptown caters to humans and canines alike. Take your pooch to The Pooch Patio in Oak Lawn and treat him to a day of relaxation while you partake in the bar's wide selection of craft beers and wine. A shaded front deck or a sun-drenched patio out back allows pups of every kind, as long as they're not destructive. Food, boarding and spa treatment are all services you can purchase at The Pooch Patio and the bar's Bark Boutique store, although many owners go simply to mingle with fellow dog lovers. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Primebar


    2520 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75201
    214-296-4437 This Uptown bar is nothing like what one would expect from a sports bar. Aside from a good number of well-placed flat screen televisions that adorn the walls, the place is simply a sleek, dimly lit Uptown bar with an impressive beer selection. The layout of the huge room is deceptive. It tricks you into thinking you’re in a small, cozy environment, flanked with warm wooden walls and modern lighting. Part of the room has tall cocktail tables, while another part is set up like a restaurant, where you can order from a menu of creatively dressed up bar food. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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